Amir Khan vs Kell Brook 2022: Results, Undercard, How To Watch

Amir Khan vs Kell Brook, a fight that was a decade in the making, will finally take place on February 19, 2022, at the AO Arena in Manchester, UK. The two Welterweights will collide inside the boxing ring in a 12-round grudge match. 

Keep on reading to get complete details on Amir Khan vs Kell Brook boxing event.

Event Info


  • Date: February 19, 2022
  • Location: AO Arena, Manchester, UK
  • Time: 1 PM ET/10 AM PT

Preview


The infamous rivalry between Amir Khan and Kell Brook will be put to the test as these two welterweights finally agreed to settle things inside the boxing ring once and for all. 

It has been a decade of sparring claims, snide comments, and heated arguments. The fans have been demanding to see Amir Khan vs Kell Brook for several years and now this dream match will become reality on February 19. 

Kell Brook lost his last match against Terence Crawford, and that too via TKO, in November 2020. Now, he must be looking forward to rebounding from his previous loss. 

On the other hand, Amir Khan is coming off a victory against Billy Dib. He defeated him via TKO in the 4th round. However, he also lost to Crawford before defeating Dib. 

This fight is totally for their pride as no belts are on the line. Neither of them are in their prime too. It will also help the fighters end their careers with no what ifs. 

How To Watch


Amir Khan vs Kell Brook will be available to watch on the Sky Sports Box office for the fans in the UK. The existing customers can watch the event without any extra charges whereas the new customers will have to pay £19.95 to purchase the event.

In United States, the fight will air via ESPN+ streaming service. You need to be a monthly subscriber to watch this fight on ESPN+ app or website.

Tale of the Tape


Boxer NameAmir KhanKell Brook
NickNameKingThe Special One
Age3535
Height5’10 (178 cm)5′9 (175 cm)
CountryEnglandEngland
Reach71″ (180 cm)69+12″ (177 cm)
StanceOrthodoxOrthodox
Record39-34-542-39-3
KOs2127

Results & Fight Card(Undercard)


  • Amir Khan defeated Kell Brook TKO in 0:51 of round 6 of 12 rounds in a 149 lbs catchweight bout
  • Tasha Jonas defeated Christian Namus via TKO in 2:09 of round 2 of 10 rounds in a junior middleweight title bout
  • Frazer Clarke defeated Jack Darnell via TKO in 2:06 of round 1 of 6 rounds in a heavyweight bout
  • Hasen Azim defeated MJ Hall by points (40-36) in a Super Lightweight Bout
  • Adam Azim defeated Jordan Ellison via TKO in 2:09 of round 3 of 6 in a lightweight bout.
  • Bradley Rea defeated Craig McCarthy via TKO in 1:53 of round 1 of 8 rounds in a middleweight bout.
  • Viddal Riley defeated Willbeforce Shihepo by points(60-53) in a cruiserweight bout.
  • Germaine Brown defeated Charlie Schofield via unanimous decision(98-92, 98-92, 99-92) to win WBO English super middleweight title.

Press Conference


News & Updates


February 16, 2022: Khan told BBC Breakfast that it would be very upsetting in his career if I lost to Kell Brook and that’s why going into this fight we had to be 100 percent ready.

February 15, 2022: Brook said in an interview that fans can expect an exciting fight from the two prizefighters. He also expressed that he is ready and 100% focused.

February 14, 2022: Khan told Sky Sports that Brook’s confidence is brittle and he can see right through him.

February 12, 2022: As the trash talk between the two fighters continued, Khan told Sky Sports that he did the work to make the fight happen. Khan argued that while Brook was the one talking about it for a long time, it was he who sent his team to see Brook’s management.

February 11, 2022: Brook told Sky Sports that he is looking to finish Khan and does not want to go to 12 rounds.

February 10, 2022: Khan told Sky Sports that he will prove that Brook was just talk, “When I do a clinical job on him and I destroy him people will realize he was always smoke, he was always talk.”

January 26, 2022: ESPN+ will stream this fight in United States.

December 13, 2021: The tickets for this event sold in ten minutes.

December 2, 2021: Undefeated Welterweight contender Conor Benn has announced that he will be at ringside for this fight and wants to face the winner of Khan-Brook.

November 29, 2021: Amir Khan refuted the talks that he will retire after this fight. Khan expressed that there are many big fights still left for him out there.

November 29, 2021: Amir Khan said in the press conference that the fight against Brook is a couple of levels down for him, but he has to give this fight to British fans and show who is the best.

November 29, 2021: It was revealed that Brook will have to give £100,000 as fine for every pound he misses over the weight limit.

November 29, 2021: Brook said in the press conference that if Khan could remember his name after their fight, he will have respect for him.

November 29, 2021: Khan vs Brook is announced for February 19 in Manchester.

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